Tweet It’s inevitable, people love to complain. They love to complain about the weather, their hair, their weight, etc. Well, let me be your punching bag! In fact, I would love to hear your complaints. I am going to do my best to inform restaurateurs how to create a better atmosphere for everyone in the [...]
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Tweet The restaurant industry has been struggling for what seems like an eternity now. While you may have a great restaurant concept, a handful of high-selling menu items, and a substantial dinner rush there are always ways to diversify and grow your revenue. Cut food costs. Make a descending dollar report. A fancy way to [...]
Tweet What’s in the Oil? Fried foods are the well-known rogue of the food industry, and with websites like Live Better America, consumers are becoming more aware of what’s in their food – and they’re making the choice to eat healthier. Yet, it’s hard to stick to any diet when faced with killer tasting fries [...]
Tweet Unfortunately a high turnover rate is not always a positive aspect in regards to the restaurant industry. When it comes to customers, turnover can be great for your revenue. When it comes to employees, if it happens often, turnover can fracture the once-smooth operation of your establishment. Employee turnover is inevitable, but if you [...]
Tweet Oh the woes of being a server: the fast paced rush, the kitchen yelling at you for what your customers have ordered, the table of people that are mean to you and make you want to cry and the co-worker who is always telling you how to do things better! It seems the woes [...]
Tweet Picture your next outing to a new restaurant or eatery. Mouths watering, you and your dinner companions order the same large entrees based on similar tastes and growling stomachs. As your succulent steaks make their way to the table, you notice your friend to the left has a small spoonful of potatoes overshadowed by [...]
Tweet In the fast paced world of write-what-you-will-when-you-want internet blogging, reviewing, and all around tom-foolery, you’re able to find varying opinions on just about anything. From bashing faulty restaurant equipment to condemning an establishment’s service, it would seem that opinion makers particularly enjoy targeting the restaurant world. Inhabiting an industry that’s so inherently subjective, restaurant [...]
Tweet The Huffington Post – Taste asked the head chef/owner of Vetri, Osteria, Amis and Alla Spina - Marc Vetri, to give advice to young chefs regarding how to aspire in the foodservice industry. His advice is not only great for those in the back of the house but any profession, really. Please take your time to read [...]
Tweet The United States has faced devastating disasters in the last 10 years that have not only affected families, but businesses too. In 2005, Hurricane Katrina, one of the deadliest hurricanes in recent history, hit the Gulf Coast. In a 90,000 square mile area, thousands of local residents were left unemployed and homeless while the death toll [...]
Tweet Customers are always looking for good food, good service and good value. These 5 business growth tips will help you fill your restaurant, remind existing customers why they love dining at your restaurant and bring in more revenue! Start a Rewards Card Program: Reward cards are a great tool to attract repeat business. This [...]
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